Zoë Irvine

Zoë has worked with sound as her principal artistic medium since 1997. She has exhibited, broadcast and performed internationally. In 2004 she won a Creative Scotland Award to make the first edition of DIAL-A-DIVA, a 24 hour global telephonic singing event. Recent work includes “Dancing on the Stairs” a film about exile created for the first show of sound art in Cairo (2009) and Magnetic Migration Music (1997-2010) an ongoing project collecting and working with fragments of cassette tape found in the environment. Zoë also works on installations, broadcasts, CD releases and performances as well as working as a sound designer for film and television and has lectured in sound art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee.